Twitter Stories April 17

Twitter down for some users across USA, Europe, Japan, elsewhere

Twitter is down for some users in the USA, Japan and a number of European countries, with a smaller number of reports from other parts of the world …

Twitter Stories April 6

Third-party Twitter clients are often handicapped by the platform by a limit of 100,000 users for new developers and are not able to implement features found in the official client. The latest restriction threatens to impact fundamental features like push notifications and automatic timeline refresh.

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Flamingo for Twitter no longer purchasable on the Play Store due to token limit

Back in 2016, Weather Timeline developer Sam Ruston created a highly customizable Twitter client for Android. It’s been updated to stay current with the Material Design guidelines and is often quick to add support for new Android features. Unfortunately, earlier this week, the app was unpublished from the Play Store as it nears its Twitter token limit.

Twitter Stories March 30

Twitter app makes it easy to share a particular moment from a live video

Twitter is making it easier for you to share a particular moment from a live video stream by introducing a YouTube-style timestamp feature in its Android and iOS apps …

Twitter Stories March 8

After closing down its verification program last year, Twitter seems to be working on redefining what exactly that blue check mark means. CEO Jack Dorsey said during a Periscope live stream today that the intention eventually is to reopen the verification process to everyone, but with some changes…

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Twitter Stories March 6

How to use Twitter bookmarks on Android

For the longest time, the only way “save” tweets so that you can look back at them was to “heart” them. Thankfully, Twitter has introduced a bookmarks feature that lets you save tweets privately so that you can look back at them. Unfortunately, though, the function to bookmark a tweet is sort of hidden. Here’s how it all works…

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